Don’t let the name fool you — the Android Dev Phone 1 is simply a SIM- and hardware-unlocked version of T-Mobile’s G1, available to Android Market devs for a $25 setup fee + $399.
The winners of the CGTalk forums’ Star Wars steampunk contest are up, and man are they sweet: you’ll see everything from steam-powered AT-ATs to a pistol-packin’ Princess Leia.
Exploded diagrams are usually quite technical, but this Exploded Gameboy tee is less a schematic and more an homage to the hundreds of games from the iconic handheld’s history.
I spy a gatling gun: modeled after the USAF’s A-10 Warthog, custom bike mfr ICON’s Warthog is much sexier; it boasts an 800W audio system, 8″ LCD, rear camera and a sick paint job.
With all the 60s/70s style throwbacks coming out of Detroit lately, Mitsuoka’s Morgan-clone Himiko is a breath of fresh air; its internals are actually based on a Mazda MX-5 Miata.
The Spirit’s Octopus character is indisputably cool (hell, it IS Samuel L. Jackson); Hot Toys is releasing a smokin’ 1:6 scale figure with two four-barreled shotguns and revolvers.
The second phone to run Android, we actually prefer the conventional form factor of Kogan’s Agora; this Australia-only phone features a 2.5″ touchscreen, 3G and a low pricepoint.
Mozilla’s Community Store is pure genius: it mixes Threadless’ crowdsourcing with design-centric users, resulting in community-created Firefox t-shirts that benefit the Mozilla Foundation.
The Witcher is making his debut on consoles, and this Rise of the White Wolf trailer gives us a sneak peek; no gameplay, but the mock swordplay in the cinematic is plenty sweet.
Kotaku’s Brian Ashcraft puts his time spent in Japan to good use with Arcade Mania; it explores the land of the rising sun’s game centers and the powerful hold gaming has on Japanese culture.
Putting Halloween costumes everywhere to shame, Casey Pugh’s Daft Punk helmet is made with a cheap motorcycle helmet and an animated, Arduino-powered 16×5 LED matrix.
The ultimate thin client, Pano is a “zero client” with no CPU, no memory, and no software; everything is streamed from a server, resulting in a tiny box that consumes only 5 watts.
Despite being 2D, this free Flash version of Portal is still plenty fun; for the uninitiated, it’s a mind-bending game where you’ll use a wormhole-creating “portal” gun to solve puzzles.
eBoy’s been doing well lately, with new posters, toys and even a book; their latest collaboration finds their signature pixel art on Gola shoes, due out early 2009 in Europe and Japan.
Forget those sissy metrosexuals–Shick’s Manscape knows it’s all about the hair. Get properly bearded and mustachioed out with everything from the Fu Man Chu to the Craig David.
Made by a 17 year-old Belgian case modder using Google Sketchup, this Helghan Case is inspired by architecture from Killzone 2; it’s basically MDF with a cheapy case underneath.
The first trailer for Terminator: Salvation is dropping next Tuesday, but ET’s teaser is more than sufficient to get our cyborg senses tingling. The last scene = jaw-dropping badass.
Guaranteed to get a rise out of woodworkers, Henry O Studley’s tool chest is at the Smithsonian; it’s made with mahogany, rosewood, walnut, ebony and mother of pearl.
More a bandolier than a bag, Setgo’s Transport is ideal for those with a surplus of gadgets who need easy access without the bulk; it features two external and two internal pockets.
Huawei’s D100 router takes 3G to the next level: just plug in their 3G USB dongle and it becomes an ad hoc WiFi router, making it ideal for travelers who want to share internet access.
Epicenter Designs’ Gottacha Wine Rack concept is both a brilliant conversation piece and a place to stow your sangiovese; whoever thought a game of darts could be so intoxicating?
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